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FOX News
Mar 19, 2011 11:00am EDT
the president not just in the u.s. but global we know what al-gaddafi has done and brutal he's been to his people. is what obama has done in the last 48 hours going to have a impact if al-gaddafi is there six months from now. most observers think that the impact that the u.s. will have will be too little and too late. >> frank, a lot of leaders are brutal to their people . i sound callous when i bring it up. former commander of the uss cole. do we get involved in every country and every leader that is brutal to his people. we would run out of countries. >> i understand that we did get involved in egypt and involved in what is going on in the middle east. why would we push out someone who is in favor of the united states and aloww machine who is not only hostile to the u.s. but killed americans, why would we actively allow him to stay. >> why would we assume who ever replaces him is better? who is to say that the rebels going after al-gaddafi now weren't among those in the vast crowds that were greeting the lockerbie bomber when he was welcomed back in libya as a hero. >> neal, i studied gl
FOX News
Mar 26, 2011 11:00am EDT
in the u.s., real estate in hong kong, and the optics industry in germany? t t. rowe price, we understand the connections of a complex global economy. it's just one reason over 80% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. t. rowe price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to read and consider carefully before investing. >> neil: over here and there, this morning, all at once union protestors at a fever pitch. dozens of rallies in america. new york city marching against tax breaks for big companies and in london protestors marching and we are told from our lloyd weber that missiles in england is a hard object. i didn't know that. apparently that is not the case. elizabeth mcdonald. you know why we have her here. she is so smart and it is scary. she got a 1600 on the s.a.t.. fbn, she is out in the union rally yesterday. turned into a rally and walking around and doing a stand up and walking around and telling the union how pathetic they are and they are dinosaurs. she had no fear and they were
FOX News
Mar 12, 2011 11:00am EST
and they have it under control. in the meantime, we have the former u.s. ambassa doron japan. >> from our perspective. japan is a close friend and alley but a buyer of our treasury note bonds. we have 38,000 military personnel and 48,000 family members and 5,000 civilian department employees. >> there are more americans stationed in japan than anywhere else in the world. we have a huge american presence there. we have a lot of assets there that can be brought to bear in this tragedy that can be helpful. >> apparently they are taking us up on it. the criticism, whether out of japanese pride. but this time they are taking up the help. >> we had the same problem with katrina. they don't expect to be on the other end of it . when they are on the other upon end, sometimes there is friction. we exercise together for this eventuality . when i was in tokyo. they are still doing those exercises. civilian and military components there in japan. you are seeing the result of that practice and experience of the situation. >> you know the country well and tokyo is not earthquake proof but it is earthqu
FOX News
Mar 5, 2011 11:00am EST
hard in the wallet here in the u.s.. oil prices surging to levels not seen in more than two years. gas prices spiking more than 30 cents. some folks paying more than four bucks a gallon. those numbers have some here worrying it is going to wreck america's already fragile economy. the shrugs? cut the federal gas tax. would that work? welcome to forbes on fox. we have mr. steve forbes, lindsey mcdonald, dennis neil. rich, let's start with you. >> one month ago this economic recovery was starting to look durable and american consumer confidence was the highest since the recession. now today, because oil has gone up $15 a barrel and gas has gone up 30 cents a gallon the economy looks more from jim. you can project 100 billion dollars of commerce will -- vanish just on the price of oil in administration needs to do anything possible to keep the price of energy low, including a temporary halting of the federal gas tax. >> david: neil, at least a temporary halting of the gas tax. >> sounds ridiculous. i don't think there's any coincidence that we have the lowest tax on gas in the developed wo
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